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Covid-19 School Operations Plan SY 22 Update

SB 1 passed by the legislature on 9/9/21 ended the KBE mask mandate by Friday, 9/16/21; however, Cumberland County Schools will continue with the Healthy-at-School guidelines we are currently operating under, including the use of masking.  The link below will take you to our plan.

Virtual Learning to be Offered Virtual learning will now be an option

Virtual learning will now be an option for students in grades K-12 for the 2021-22 school year. An application will be made available on our Facebook page and district website.

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Hurt Named Principal of CCES Erika Hurt

The school-based decision-making council at Cumberland County Elementary School has named Erika Hurt as the new principal.


Western Kentucky University's Educational Talent Search Project hosted a two-day STEM camp on June 4 and 5.

Summer Learning Camps Underway Alvin C. York

Summer learning camps are underway at Cumberland County Schools.

Cary Awarded Perfect Attendance Scholarship Stacy Cary

CCHS Class of '21 graduate Stacy Cary was selected by the Association of Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel as a recipient of a perfect attendance scholarship in the amount of $250.

Perdue Accepts New Role Perdue


Cumberland County School District has named Lisa Perdue as the new director of early childhood education, intervention, and food service effective June 30.

GSP 2021 Andrew Fletcher

Congratulations to Andrew Fletcher, the 2021 CCHS Representative for the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program.

Rodney Smith named WKU Distinguished Middle School Educator of the Year Rodney Smith Teacher of the Year


Cumberland County School District is proud to recognize CCMS teacher Rodney Smith for being named the 2021 Western Kentucky University Middle School Distinguished Educator of the Year.